We’re all really proud of our top industrial incinerator apprentice
Over the years we have started quite a number of keen young apprentices who were all anxious to gain a career with the world’s leading industrial incinerator specialists. We have to say that one or two of these have simply lacked the ambition to success. Others, unable to take on the challenge have left before the end of their apprenticeships. But more than a few, including our latest apprentice Thomas Bailey, have thrived on the challenge and have developed into first-rate trades people.
Tom, who turns 21 in January and is training to become a design engineer, has done remarkably well and everyone at Matthews Environmental Solutions is extremely proud of his endeavour and everything he has achieved over the two years he has been working with us. In fact we have now become so accustomed to his contribution within our industrial incinerator business and he has become such an integral part of our design team that at times we tend to forget that he is of course still a student and apprentice.
Without doubt the dedication that Tom has displayed throughout his two years with us is clearly reflected both in his work and his academic achievements.
In the course of his apprenticeship to date Tom has successfully completed:
EAL Level 2 NVQ Diploma in Performing Engineering Operations (Engineering Practices) September 2015 – June 2017.
BTEC Level 3 Diploma Operations and Maintenance Engineering – Double Grade Distinction *Distinction* September 2015 – June 2017.
He is now undertaking:
HNC Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (BTEC) September 2017 – current proposed end date – June 2019.
In addition to his academic achievements, Tom has also proved his value as an important team member within a number of high profile Waste incineration projects, which include:
- A bespoke multi-chamber pet cremation plant for the Animal Welfare League, which is
Australia’s largest pet crematorium organisation.
- Nineteen containerised Allburn 3 industrial incinerator units for the World Health
- A bespoke medical waste incineration facility for the States of Jersey.
Tom has also been closely involved in a number of small scale pet cremation and global industrial incinerator projects, and has recently been nominated as the lead design engineer to manage the production of a small pet cremator destined for Scotland.
So well done Tom. We’re all proud of you.
If you would like to speak to us about your own waste incineration, pet cremation or human cremation requirements – please do not hesitate to contact us. You can call us on +44 (0)161 337 4488. You can also email us at: email@example.com or you can always send us an online message using the form that can be found on our Contact page.